Gartner Market Guide for HTAP
Digital enterprises deploy mission-critical systems of engagement at the edge, driving business interactions with customers, partners, and devices. These systems require a new application architecture to bring transactions and analytics together in real time, at the interaction point, to enable split-second decisions and insights. Hybrid transaction/analytical processing (HTAP) is an emerging application architecture that “breaks the wall” between transaction processing and analytics, enabling more informed and real-time decision making. HTAP enabled by in-memory computing (IMC) supports the needs of many new application use cases which require scalability and performance.
Read about Aerospike’s expansion beyond adtech firms and into enterprises in industries as diverse as telecommunications and financial services, and about its key differentiator – a unique hybrid memory architecture that powers systems of engagement for the digital enterprise.”
The 451 Research Impact Report
This report highlights how Aerospike is building on its success in marketing and adtech to target broader NoSQL adoption. It states, “The company’s success in marketing and ad tech should put it in a good position to expand into these sectors [travel, financial services and retail] – while the financial services sector clearly has already adopted technologies to deal with existing high-performance, low-latency workloads, Aerospike sees the financial services industry looking towards ad tech for clues as to how approach the next generation of applications.”
Wikibon – Follow the Money: Big Data ROI and Inline Analytics
After finding that the average ROI on big data projects was 55¢ for each $1 spent, analyst firm Wikibon interviewed companies with proven big data-driven success to discover their secret sauce: inline analytics. To demonstrate how inline analytics can lead to positive ROIs, Wikibon profiled Aerospike customer eXelate’s way of achieving high performance and high availability.
Phillip Howard, Information Management Research Director, Bloor Research on Aerospike “I must say that I am impressed with Aerospike. There are hundreds (literally) of NoSQL vendors out in the market and I don’t have the time or inclination to speak to all of them. But I had heard good things about Aerospike from a couple of sources and decided to organize a briefing with them: I’m glad I did.”
“Aerospike’s unique flash-first flash-optimized architecture is the foundation behind the performance, reliability and recoverability of applications using Aerospike 3. This architecture will allow Aerospike applications access to much greater database sizes compared with DRAM-based architectures.”
Read the following Wikibon Research reports: